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2017 in Review: Assessing Goals and Achievements

Being on a ferry is exciting, especially in those moments as you’re leaving the harbor. It’s really interesting to gain perspective on the shores you’re departing, and to appreciate the beautiful coast line as one embarks to open waters and the eventual destination. With just a bit more than 48 hours left in 2017, the ship has sailed. Perhaps I’m procrastinating. I’m already doing work for 2018 and I haven’t taken time to assess my achievements in the past year, nor yet write about my Continue reading →

A Spring of Trail Running, 2017

Next week Annie and I are heading to southern Utah where I’m going to compete in one of my biggest races of the year, the Bryce Canyon 50K. This will be my second ultra since I ran the North Face 50K in San Francisco last December. This post isn’t so much a reflection of my race goals going into Bryce, but more of a recap of the past four months since I raced the Austin Marathon in February. Since February, I did have a couple Continue reading →

Reflections on 2016. Goals for 2017.

Last year, 2016, is the year I started blogging. It was the year I started using Instagram and Twitter more consistently, primarily to track obscure running events with little coverage, to interact more with other runners and dreamers, and to make strides in developing my own content. I had some great opportunities with work which allowed me valuable professional growth. My wife and I moved from one community to another in New Mexico. Annie and I also did some wonderful traveling in 2016, highlighted by Continue reading →